Euthyphro (http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/euthyfro.html): In this dialogue, Socrates discusses the nature of piety as he waits outside the courthouse for his trial to begin.

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Texts For your paper, you are to write an essay about one of the following dialogues: 1) Meno (http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/meno.html): in this dialogue Socrates discusses the nature of virtue and whether it is possible to teach someone else to be virtuous.

2) Theatetus (http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/theatu.html): in this dialogue Socrates discusses the nature of knowledge. At the end, he announces that he has to go to court for his trial.

3) Euthyphro (http://classics.mit.edu/Plato/euthyfro.html): In this dialogue, Socrates discusses the nature of piety as he waits outside the courthouse for his trial to begin. Instructions Your essay should divide into two parts: 1) In the first part you should provide a summary of the text. Set the scene, then give a brief explanation of how the argument progresses. 2) In the second part, identify and explain two ways that the text agrees with The Republic and another two ways that it disagrees. Length, Format, & Citations Each part should be 2-3 pages long for a total length of 4-6 pages. It should be in Times New Roman font, 12 point double spaced. When you quote something, please cite your sources using the Chicago Manual of Style

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